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Art Past Art Present

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Getting Started xii 1. Experiencing Art 1 Experiencing Art 2 How to Experience Art 3 Viewing Art 4 Understanding Style 4 Art, Time, and the Cycles of Life 4 Analyzing Three Works 6 Analyzing Art 8 Analyzing Architecture 8 Analyzing Sculpture 12 Analyzing Ritual Art 14 Analyzing Installation Art 14 Analyzing Painting and Related Media 15 The Artist in History 18 2. prehistoric Art 21 Introduction to Prehistoric Art 22 The Paleolithic Period 22 The Discovery of Paleolithic Painting 23 Paleolithic Art 23 The Neolithic Period 25 Neolithic Art and Architecture 25 Prehistoric Art and the Prehistoric Artist 28 points of contact Prehistoric Figurines of Women 29 theme Ritual and Art 30 3. ancient Art 33 Introduction to Ancient Art 34 History 35 Art of Ancient Societies 36 art past/art present The Concept of the The Ancient Artist 37 Classical in the West 36 points of contact Greek Artists/Scythian Patrons 37 theme The Presence of the Artist 38 Sumerian Art 40 Ancient Egyptian Art 44 History 44 Religion 46 Art of Ancient Egypt 46 The Egyptian Artist 47 Ancient Egyptian Art: The Palette of Narmer 48 The Egyptian Pyramids 50 The Egyptian Temple 52 technique Post-and-Lintel Construction 54 technique How to Read Architectural Diagrams 55 Egyptian Tomb Paintings and Painted Reliefs 56 technique Figure-Ground Relationships 57 The Indus Valley Civilization 58 Aegean Art: Minoan and Mycenaean 60 Ancient China: The Shang Dynasty 64 technique Chinese Piece-Mold Bronze Casting 65 Assyrian and Early Persian Art 66 Mesoamerica: The Olmec 68 Etruscan Art 70 Ancient Greek Art 72 History 72 Intellectual and Scientific Activities 74 Religion 75 Ancient Greek Art 75 The Ancient Greek Artist 75 Greek Vase Painting 76 The Development of Greek Sculpture 78 technique Greek Lost-Wax Bronze Casting 81 technique Contrapposto in Sculpture 83 technique The Classical Orders 84 art past/art present The Impact of the Ancient Greek Orders 85 Greek Doric Architecture 86 technique Greek Temple Construction 87 The Parthenon, Athens 88 4. later ancient Art, 400 bce to 200 ce 93 Introduction to Later Ancient Art 94 points of contact The Silk Road 95 theme Engineering 96 Nomadic Art in Siberia: Pazyryk 98 The Qin Empire in China 102 Hellenistic Art 104 History 104 Art of the Hellenistic Period 104 Hellenistic Painting 104 Hellenistic Sculpture in Pergamon 106 The Han Dynasty in China 108 Early Buddhist Art 110 Dongson Culture in Vietnam 112 The Art of the Roman Republic 114 History 115 Republican Architectural Developments 115 The Roman House and Villa 116 The Art of the Roman Empire 118 History 118 The City of Rome 119 Roman Imperial Art 121 Technology, Organization, and Engineering 122 Roman Religion and the Mystery Religions 123 The End of Rome's Empire 124 The Roman Artist 124 Roman Frescoes and Illusionism 126 technique Fresco Painting 128 technique Illusionism 129 Roman Architecture: The Flavian Amphitheater 130 technique Roman Engineering: The Arch, The Vault, and Concrete 132 Roman Architecture: The Pantheon, Rome 136 Mesoamerican Art: Teotihuacan 138 5. Art From 200 to 1000 143 Introduction to Art from 200 to 1400 144 art past/art present Naming the Middle Ages in Europe 144 History 146 Art and the Christian Church 147 A Denial of Naturalism 147 The Scroll and Book 147 The Artist 148 points of contact Muslims in China 149 theme Religious Architecture 150 Jewish Art: The Synagogue at Dura Europos 152 Early Christian Art 154 History 154 Art 155 Early Christian Architecture 156 Buddhist Architecture and Painting at Ajanta, India 158 The Shinto Shrine at Ise, Japan 160 Byzantine Art 162 History 162 The Icon and Iconoclasm 163 The Byzantine Artist 163 Byzantine Architecture: Hagia Sophia
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Author(s):
David G. Wilkins, Bernard Schultz, Katheryn M.Linduff
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
11.5 X 9
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0136015417
ISBN-13:
9780136015413
Publisher:
Discontinued 3PD
Title:
Art Past Art Present

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Getting Started xii 1. Experiencing Art 1 Experiencing Art 2 How to Experience Art 3 Viewing Art 4 Understanding Style 4 Art, Time, and the Cycles of Life 4 Analyzing Three Works 6 Analyzing Art 8 Analyzing Architecture 8 Analyzing Sculpture 12 Analyzing Ritual Art 14 Analyzing Installation Art 14 Analyzing Painting and Related Media 15 The Artist in History 18 2. prehistoric Art 21 Introduction to Prehistoric Art 22 The Paleolithic Period 22 The Discovery of Paleolithic Painting 23 Paleolithic Art 23 The Neolithic Period 25 Neolithic Art and Architecture 25 Prehistoric Art and the Prehistoric Artist 28 points of contact Prehistoric Figurines of Women 29 theme Ritual and Art 30 3. ancient Art 33 Introduction to Ancient Art 34 History 35 Art of Ancient Societies 36 art past/art present The Concept of the The Ancient Artist 37 Classical in the West 36 points of contact Greek Artists/Scythian Patrons 37 theme The Presence of the Artist 38 Sumerian Art 40 Ancient Egyptian Art 44 History 44 Religion 46 Art of Ancient Egypt 46 The Egyptian Artist 47 Ancient Egyptian Art: The Palette of Narmer 48 The Egyptian Pyramids 50 The Egyptian Temple 52 technique Post-and-Lintel Construction 54 technique How to Read Architectural Diagrams 55 Egyptian Tomb Paintings and Painted Reliefs 56 technique Figure-Ground Relationships 57 The Indus Valley Civilization 58 Aegean Art: Minoan and Mycenaean 60 Ancient China: The Shang Dynasty 64 technique Chinese Piece-Mold Bronze Casting 65 Assyrian and Early Persian Art 66 Mesoamerica: The Olmec 68 Etruscan Art 70 Ancient Greek Art 72 History 72 Intellectual and Scientific Activities 74 Religion 75 Ancient Greek Art 75 The Ancient Greek Artist 75 Greek Vase Painting 76 The Development of Greek Sculpture 78 technique Greek Lost-Wax Bronze Casting 81 technique Contrapposto in Sculpture 83 technique The Classical Orders 84 art past/art present The Impact of the Ancient Greek Orders 85 Greek Doric Architecture 86 technique Greek Temple Construction 87 The Parthenon, Athens 88 4. later ancient Art, 400 bce to 200 ce 93 Introduction to Later Ancient Art 94 points of contact The Silk Road 95 theme Engineering 96 Nomadic Art in Siberia: Pazyryk 98 The Qin Empire in China 102 Hellenistic Art 104 History 104 Art of the Hellenistic Period 104 Hellenistic Painting 104 Hellenistic Sculpture in Pergamon 106 The Han Dynasty in China 108 Early Buddhist Art 110 Dongson Culture in Vietnam 112 The Art of the Roman Republic 114 History 115 Republican Architectural Developments 115 The Roman House and Villa 116 The Art of the Roman Empire 118 History 118 The City of Rome 119 Roman Imperial Art 121 Technology, Organization, and Engineering 122 Roman Religion and the Mystery Religions 123 The End of Rome's Empire 124 The Roman Artist 124 Roman Frescoes and Illusionism 126 technique Fresco Painting 128 technique Illusionism 129 Roman Architecture: The Flavian Amphitheater 130 technique Roman Engineering: The Arch, The Vault, and Concrete 132 Roman Architecture: The Pantheon, Rome 136 Mesoamerican Art: Teotihuacan 138 5. Art From 200 to 1000 143 Introduction to Art from 200 to 1400 144 art past/art present Naming the Middle Ages in Europe 144 History 146 Art and the Christian Church 147 A Denial of Naturalism 147 The Scroll and Book 147 The Artist 148 points of contact Muslims in China 149 theme Religious Architecture 150 Jewish Art: The Synagogue at Dura Europos 152 Early Christian Art 154 History 154 Art 155 Early Christian Architecture 156 Buddhist Architecture and Painting at Ajanta, India 158 The Shinto Shrine at Ise, Japan 160 Byzantine Art 162 History 162 The Icon and Iconoclasm 163 The Byzantine Artist 163 Byzantine Architecture: Hagia Sophia
Spine

Author(s):
David G. Wilkins, Bernard Schultz, Katheryn M.Linduff
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
11.5 X 9
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0136015417
ISBN-13:
9780136015413
Publisher:
Discontinued 3PD
Title:
Art Past Art Present

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